(August schedule, September schedule, October schedule)
Cassiopeia constellation never sets behind the horizon. It is visible all over the year from Ontario during all night. However, in November and December is in best position on the sky for evening observing when it is high on the northern sky just bellow the zenith.
During the evenings in April, May and June it is very low on the northern sky just above the northern horizon and not in good position for observing. In July climbs higher on the northeastern sky. In August evenings it is halfway between the zenith and the horizon on the northeastern sky and in good position for evening observing. In September and October evenings climbs higher on the sky towards the zenith and is in even better position for evening observing. In November and December culminates high on the northern evening sky just bellow the zenith and is in best position for evening observing. In January is high on the northwestern sky, in February sinks lower on the northwestern sky halfway between zenith and horizon and in March evenings even lower on the northwestern sky but still is in good position for evening observing. From April the same story repeats again.
We will observe it during the evenings in August, September and October. As mentioned before, can be observed in the evenings during all year, but better period is from August until February, with the best months November and December.
Double and multiple stars
Deep sky objects
(will be observed only from dark location outside of the city)